Residence Inn Tucson Speedway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to Tucson in a heartbeat -- but must admit we are happy to be back in our cozy home on the lake.
It's a huge country out there with mile after mile of beautiful sights, interesting stops, nice folks, and great food. While we enjoyed the driving and exploring along the way and know we will go someplace warm again next winter, I think we will fly next year and give the driving ...
... a US Border Patrol station full of patrol officers and their dogs. No questions were asked, just had us move along....thank goodness. I envisioned them bordering the motorhome and Sandy barking like crazy at their dogs. At least we didn't have to deal with that.
We were so looking forward to Yuma as many people we met told us that was the place to go for the winter. We arrived at our campground - Cactus Gardens, Yuma ---- ...
... frozen. Yesterday we saw about 20 swans on an ice floe in front of the house -- here is a not-too-clear photo of two of them. An amazing sight! Tomorrow we are supposed to have 5 to 7 inches of snow. We hope everyone is having a good winter and looking forward as we are to some warmth this spring!
Diane and Susan
... It is in the middle of the desert (you probably assumed this to some degree, but I mean only cacti as far as the eye can see. The museum houses desert wildlife fossils, terrariums, aviaries, aquariums (before you think I'm stupid and tell all your friends how ignorant I am, there are ponds- it's not a sand desert) and open air enclosures.
I split my time in Tucson between Sneha's apartment and the house that Amanda and Celeste share with three other girls (one ...
... I think of it walking through the saguaro, all with their hands up.
The East park is desert but also includes the Rincon Mountains. We drove the scenic road again plus we took a 3 hour hike, very few rocks, so no falls. The lizards were not cooperative today, too fast. BUT when we took the road back to the car after the hike, we saw a gila monster crossing the road. These guys aren't seen too often, so ...